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why did it burn when my husband was inside of me even tho i just got out the shower?

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Dr. Corey Clay
Allergy and Immunology 10 years experience
Hard to know: A physician will need more information to give an informed opinion. Do you ever have burning/pain without intercourse? With non-coital stimulation? Any history of nerve problems or spinal injury? When does the burning sensation start (with coitus or only after ejaculation)? Does burning occur only when a condom is (or isn't) used? Any other symptoms of infection?

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